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  • Donna Von Hoesslin
    Pu u 0 Comments When I land in a country my modus typically consists of a calculated scramble to develop and capture content It is rare to know in advance whether what one experiences right off the jet is going to be a non repeatable event So typically I throw myself 100 percent into work immediately Such was the Continue Reading Posted in Blog Echo Terminus Bali Posted on February 2 2015 by David Pu u 0 Comments This place is odd in that as we begin get ready to leave for the US the island of Bali ramps up it s serenade and little glimpses of hidden treasure sparkle from behind shadow realities Just what it does When that happens this is what it means Bali has you You don t have it Gusti Continue Reading Posted in Blog Of Mice and WOmen Bali Posted on January 30 2015 by David Pu u 3 Comments To be clear I am here on Bali at the invitation of my wife Donna and working under the auspices of her Company Betty Belts Betty B doing art and project development One of the more well traveled people I know where in the course of her life she has been to so many far flung Continue Reading Posted in Blog The Good Day Posted on January 25 2015 by David Pu u 0 Comments When we arrived on Bali our first phone call was to Gusti who Donna has worked with and known for close to twelve years He was distraught His Mother had just returned home from a walk at 80 she was a vital part of the family and collapsed in the driveway He was taking her Continue Reading Posted in Blog Bali Journal Week 2 Posted on January 23 2015

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  • ed brenegar
    November 23 2012 by David Pu u 0 Comments For We all know what the Holidays in North America typically are significant of the prior sacrifices and services of the forbearers of the Nation and Christianity Of course aside from those at the core it should be about the inception of gratitude Traditions are funny things Over time the embeds get well buried Continue Reading Posted in Blog The Genie Effect Posted on August 11 2012 by David Pu u 0 Comments It starts early in our lives that yearning for Change To do be go to another state of being Simple as the fable of Aladdin and the Magic Lamp which when rubbed summons a genie who has the power to grant three wishes the dream to be able to change what is has become Continue Reading Posted in Blog The Collaborative Effect Posted on April 22 2012 by David Pu u 0 Comments Years ago Larry Moore aka Flame my Photo Editor at Surfing took me aside and told me to do something Find people who you like to be with who will work with you and together you guys concentrate on building new work That is how great work comes Because of that conversation I never became Continue Reading Posted in Blog Beauty Posted on August 17 2011 by David Pu u 3 Comments One of the linchpins in the success of my imaging career has been the ability to recognize and communicate beauty Sounds simple The reality is far from that The reason being is that beauty is a complex subject and really has little to do with obvious and apparent physical attributes Take the image above Continue Reading Posted in Blog The Significance of Mermaids Posted on March 26 2011 by David Pu u 11

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  • environmental imagery
    One of the linchpins in the success of my imaging career has been the ability to recognize and communicate beauty Sounds simple The reality is far from that The reason being is that beauty is a complex subject and really has little to do with obvious and apparent physical attributes Take the image above Continue Reading Posted in Blog Canary in a Coal Mine An Environmental Manifesto Posted on August 6 2011 by David Pu u 1 Comment Etymology An allusion to caged canaries mining workers would carry down into the tunnels with them If dangerous gases such as methane or carbon monoxide leaked into the mine shaft the gases would kill the canary before killing the miners Noun canary in a coal mine A warning of danger or trouble yet to come Continue Reading Continue Reading Posted in Blog A California Opus Posted on July 9 2011 by David Pu u 9 Comments Chapter 5 in the California Series I have not always lived in California My Dad was going to college on the GI Bill in Milwaukee Wisconsin at Marquette University I had never asked him why being from Hawaii he chose the Mid West He met my Mother there That was where my two Brothers and Continue Reading Continue Reading Posted in Blog World Oceans Day Posted on June 8 2011 by David Pu u 5 Comments This is another in the blog series on California Ch 3 Today is a movement generated day called World Oceans Day You can read about it s History here More years ago then I care to admit to I had a couple custom board shaping appointments with two men One board was for Tom Pratte The Continue Reading Posted in Blog Rocket s Red Glare Posted on March 17 2011

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  • environmentalism
    u 0 Comments In the moments after the Sea Space Summit at Google ended in 2012 and some fantastic work had initiated Charlotte Vick who heads up the Sylvia Earle Alliance and so much more approached me and posed a very direct question David what exactly is it that you do Ever meet one of those people who Continue Reading Posted in Blog For God and Ocean A National Prerogative Posted on June 14 2012 by David Pu u 0 Comments In watching the Platform Horizon Wellhead Blowout event and our Organizational response to it I was at once impressed and appalled by the dual scopes illustrated At the time and to this day I see the event as a diatribe against an innate inefficiency and possibly abject failure of our Philosophy of Regulatory Control where Continue Reading Posted in Blog Going Deeper Posted on April 9 2012 by David Pu u 0 Comments My colleague and friend Dr Andrea Neal of Blue Ocean Sciences sent me this very cool piece on Tom s Shoes who I really admire today It is very in theme for this blog series Many of us are looking at ethics and architecture these days It is essential if one really wants to make an Continue Reading Posted in Blog Pursuing Happy Posted on November 5 2011 by David Pu u 26 Comments One of the things that always strikes me about Bali and the Balinese is the degree of happiness which exists Some may say that being happy is a choice Well it is sort of But not the type of selection one may suspect Happiness is in the choices open to you as an individual and Continue Reading Posted in Blog Beauty Posted on August 17 2011 by David Pu u 3 Comments

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  • globalism
    on January 30 2015 by David Pu u 3 Comments To be clear I am here on Bali at the invitation of my wife Donna and working under the auspices of her Company Betty Belts Betty B doing art and project development One of the more well traveled people I know where in the course of her life she has been to so many far flung Continue Reading Posted in Blog Running and Gunning Posted on January 13 2015 by David Pu u 1 Comment Whew just off a series of e mails with Lorenzo De Stefano who is Director of the film Hearing is Believing which I am the Director of Cinematography on The crew will be down at the Blue Whale in LA filming a performance by Rachel and the remarkable Taylor Eigsti for the project Thursday night Continue Reading Posted in Blog Being Present Posted on December 8 2011 by David Pu u 1 Comment In my own creative process little choice exists for me in my work In order to succeed I must be present in the right frame of mind at a propitious moment This requires that I listen or be present in order to perceive that something important will occur ahead in the time frame we call Continue Reading Posted in Blog American Christmas Posted on December 15 2010 by David Pu u 6 Comments We have a problem residing in our country this Christmas Which one you might jump to respond The problem of which I write is one of recall memory Memory is a fundamental component in establishing progress for a vast array of reasons But where our communities are concerned it is even more pertinent I believe Continue Reading Posted in Blog Surfing Is Posted on July 13 2010 by David

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  • Hailey Partridge
    by David Pu u 0 Comments Respect narrowly defined is examined here in this Wiki link One of the key elements for a creative in a study of any sort is respect of subject But here is the twist One has to respect one s self first If that aspect is not nailed to the floor of a soul the oft times Continue Reading Posted in Blog A California Opus Posted on July 9 2011 by David Pu u 9 Comments Chapter 5 in the California Series I have not always lived in California My Dad was going to college on the GI Bill in Milwaukee Wisconsin at Marquette University I had never asked him why being from Hawaii he chose the Mid West He met my Mother there That was where my two Brothers and Continue Reading Continue Reading Posted in Blog Coastal Classics Are No Accidents Posted on September 6 2010 by David Pu u 3 Comments A lot goes on in the creation of a commercial production shoot This one developed over a relatively long period of time Recently almost by chance I had reconnected with an old colleague and friend Glenn Gravett who I had met when we both worked designing my own company apparel and surfboard art decades ago Continue Reading Posted in Blog Non Artistic Interpretation Posted on August 2 2010 by David Pu u 0 Comments It was only a year or two ago when I realized that I am an artist At a very young age I painted My Father and Uncle were both painters So as any child would I simply took for granted that painting and drawing were normal endeavors At 12 I had learned Photography and studied Continue Reading Posted in Blog Model Models Posted on March 25 2010

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  • Hans Rathje
    9 2011 by David Pu u 9 Comments Chapter 5 in the California Series I have not always lived in California My Dad was going to college on the GI Bill in Milwaukee Wisconsin at Marquette University I had never asked him why being from Hawaii he chose the Mid West He met my Mother there That was where my two Brothers and Continue Reading Continue Reading Posted in Blog BMX Posted on April 20 2011 by David Pu u 1 Comment I had been immersed in a swimwear shoot and building more imagery was the last thing on my list of things to do But Hans call came on the heels of a 16 hour day on the computer and the passage of a cold front which left a rather dramatic sky So I made my Continue Reading Posted in Blog Two Posted on February 7 2011 by David Pu u 2 Comments This is the second installment in this series on many loves It is about Surfing Not many people know exactly why they surf It just is what they do Surfing gives a lot to the participant It often gets to the point of seeming to be a greedy avocation The more you get the better Continue Reading Posted in Blog Surf Session Posted on January 19 2011 by David Pu u 0 Comments It is actually sort of rare for me to shoot surfing centric images Often what is required to make a great image is even more complex than what is necessary to make a great break fire on all cylinders So having everything line up talent weather swell tide attitude schedule is pretty rare But when Continue Reading Posted in Blog Sliding into 2011 Year in Pictures Posted on December 31 2010 by David

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  • Jeanette Ortiz
    David Pu u 5 Comments The third in a series on Loves Surfers Yes those who ride weather water and wave I love them The rapid thunk thunk thunk of footsteps atop the wooden stairs that led up to the flat I had rented that morning at Currumbin Beach Queensland jolted me out of my jetlag induced reverie I had Continue Reading Posted in Blog Two Posted on February 7 2011 by David Pu u 2 Comments This is the second installment in this series on many loves It is about Surfing Not many people know exactly why they surf It just is what they do Surfing gives a lot to the participant It often gets to the point of seeming to be a greedy avocation The more you get the better Continue Reading Posted in Blog Sliding into 2011 Year in Pictures Posted on December 31 2010 by David Pu u 0 Comments Golden Reflections This link is to a new piece by Zuri Star called Keep Holding on It fits the New Year quite well It seems that all around us this past year there was friction In fact I found myself enmeshed in three massive battles all at the same time I did not author those Continue Reading Posted in Blog Gaviota Muse Posted on October 7 2010 by David Pu u 1 Comment Robb Havassy is up visiting right now Yesterday I got to introduce the publisher of the culturally iconic book Surf Story to Joe Cardella who among a long list of artistic accomplishments was also the creator and publisher of Art Life a leading collectible monthly publication Joe s stint at the helm was twenty five years Continue Reading Posted in Blog Coastal Classics Are No Accidents Posted on September 6 2010 by David

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